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Description: Retaining Walls and Gateway Extending Approximately 120 Metres East of Kirby Hall
Date Listed: 17 April 1972
English Heritage Building ID: 229862
OS Grid Reference: SP9244192708
OS Grid Coordinates: 492441, 292708
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5244, -0.6389
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GRETTON KIRBY LANE
SP99SW (North side)
5/80 Retaining walls and gateway
17/04/72 extending approx. 120m. E of
(Formerly listed as Kirby Hall
including garden walls and
Retaining wall and blank gateway. Late C17 for Sir Christopher Hatton IV. Brick
wall, parts renewed with ashlar coping. Blank gateway of limestone ashlar forms
central feature. Blank arch with panelled back, rusticated pilasters and broken
pediment over. Flanking niches. Initials CH in spandrels of central arch. Base
of similar wall is attached at right angles to left. Forming retaining walls to
C17 raised walk. Owned by the Winchelsea estate, in guardianship of HMBCE. Kirby
Hall is scheduled as an ancient monument.
(Kirby Hall garden in included in the HBMC County Register of Gardens at Grade
Listing NGR: SP9244192708
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Source: English Heritage
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